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Tiziano Terzani: Guardare i fiori da un cavallo in corsa by Alen Loreti
When he terzani libri to follow what a terzani libri telle told him years before in Hong Kong, maybe he couldn't imagine how travels can change when you decide not taking a plane for a whole year, and keep on working as a journalist in Asia.
This is a lovely book. Tiziano was a real traveller, not a tourist at all. Terzani libri describes the bad and good part of every country he visits, but he never complains like tourist so I read this book slowly at the beginning.
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He describes the bad and good part of every country he visits, but he terzani libri complains like tourist sometimes do. He meets so many people and it's nice to see its path through different fortune tellers: It is the haunting story of a middle aged Italian journalist from Florence whose lifelong beat has been Asia.
He has lived and worked there terzani libri of his life and watched it go through wars and "development.
He then offered his collaboration to the Italian daily newspapers Corriere della Sera and La Terzani libri. In the meantime, on a semi-secret level, he sent regular information about East Asian politics to terzani libri Banca Commerciale Italianawhich was headed by Raffaele Mattioli.
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Terzani knew much about the historical and political background of Asia, but had also a deep interest in the philosophical aspects of Asian culture.
Though an unbeliever, he always looked in his journeys for the spiritual aspects of the countries he was visiting. His stay in Beijing in the s came to an end when he was arrested and expelled in from the country terzani libri " terzani libri activities".
Books and essays[ edit ] Terzani's experiences in Asia terzani libri described in articles and essays in newspapers, as well as in the several books that he wrote. In his first book, Terzani libri di leopardo Leopard Hidehe describes the last phases of the Vietnam War.
The following recount, Giai Phong!
The Fall and Liberation of Saigon tells about the takeover of Vietnam's capital by the Vietcong and the scramble of the last westerners to escape with American helicopters; he stayed there for some time and witnessed the changes.
Two years later he would face death when trying to document the new " Democratic Kampuchea ": In what is perhaps his most well-known book, Un indovino mi disse A Fortune-Teller Told MeTerzani describes his travels across Asia by land and sea following the advice and warning from a fortune teller in Hong Kong that he must terzani libri airplanes for the whole year terzani libri One chapter of the book is entirely dedicated to Ferdynand OssendowskiPolish traveller.
The book was born as a response terzani libri the anti- Islamic invectives published by the Italian journalist and author Oriana Fallaci on the daily Il Corriere della Sera on 29 September Final work and death[ edit ] In his last book Un altro giro di giostra One More Ride on the Merry-go-roundinTerzani deals with his illness, a stomach cancer which eventually led to his death inbut not before he had travelled and searched through countries and civilizations, looking for a cure and for a new vision of life.
A short excerpt from his book: He only seldom visited his family in Italy, but had to desist from his isolation when his sickness advanced terzani libri much. He returned to Terzani libri, spending the last months of his life with his wife and grown son in Orsigna, a little village in the Apennine Mountains in the province of Pistoia that he considered "his true, last love".